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Old 10-23-2013, 02:35 AM   #51
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Ahh I got it now lol. It really depends on the species. Balls would be my reccomend action for a beginner snake but colubrids are good too.
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Old 10-23-2013, 02:37 AM   #52
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Yea didn't want nothing that could eat me lmao maybe once I get used to handling them I might getone but for now I do like colubrids
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Old 10-23-2013, 02:46 AM   #53
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Ball pythons max out at 4' I don't want anything that can eat me although reticulated pythons as baby's are awesome but i can't handle a 20' snake lol.
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Yea beautiful but no my luck he'd unlock the top slither into my need I wake up getting strangled not very high on the ways I wanna die list
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Old 10-23-2013, 02:51 AM   #55
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Hahaha your chances are just as high with your milksnake as a ball python. I wouldn't reccomend green trees though, I have one that's my calmest nicest snake, my little girl however is straight evil sometimes. She strikes at water when I mist her.

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She's ready to bite lol. It doesn't hurt but it surprises you that's all I've been bit by her twice and my normal once.
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Hahaha your chances are just as high with your milksnake as a ball python. I wouldn't reccomend green trees though, I have one that's my calmest nicest snake, my little girl however is straight evil sometimes. She strikes at water when I mist her.

She's ready to bite lol. It doesn't hurt but it surprises you that's all I've been bit by her twice and my normal once.
She looks like she's about to eat you lol yea its like I was thinking today that the prettiest animals are usually the most deadliest its like a tease
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She looks like she's about to eat you lol yea its like I was thinking today that the prettiest animals are usually the most deadliest its like a tease
Yea it does so many awesome venomous snakes but I don't think I'll get into them lol
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Yea it does so many awesome venomous snakes but I don't think I'll get into them lol
Defiantly not and I got a kid on the way and I know im going to have to start a bonding process with my tarantula on my next day of
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Yea bonding with really tames them out. Most of my snakes are good except the little one and my lesser. The lessers just nervous a lot. The other four I can grab their heads and push their noses with no reaction
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Yea bonding with really tames them out. Most of my snakes are good except the little one and my lesser. The lessers just nervous a lot. The other four I can grab their heads and push their noses with no reaction
Holy crap that's crazy how does the bonding process go with milk snakes already had it explained how tarantulas do it
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